In March, the Highland City Council made an amendment to the city's development code regarding freestanding signs to allow additional signs in the Highland Town Center commercial development. Previously, the ordinance allowed for freestanding commercial signs up to 18 feet in height with a base of three feet in commercial developments of 10 acres or larger.
Developer WPI approached city staff about the possibility of placing two 15-foot signs in front of the Meyers four-acre site. The amendment reduces the acreage requirement from 10 feet to four feet, increases the number of signs allowed per development to two, and requires 330 feet between signs. It also requires the removal of other monument signs on the site.
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